Hook up 2 external monitors to macbook pro
If that exist and works. That just outputs the exact same content on both screen.
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Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. But the only option is to then have two adapter connected at the same time, to get use of both my monitors? It has two thunderport 3 ports on the left side of itself.
Have you searched for them? Sign up or log in StackExchange. Again, this is a expensive solution as well.
NewMacBookProOwner yes it's a more elegant solution but also quite a bit more expensive. Also I have a HDMI splitter, which just simply displays the same content on both monitors, so that was little to none help. MacBook Pro 13" - How to set up dual monitors?
Seems like I just will end up buying one more adapter. You may also connect one of your display to an AppleTV and connect to it wirelessly. I just tried connecting them with a HDMI Splitter, but it only shows the same content on both monitors.
Here's how it works: Please edit your question to indicate that you've performed a search for similar questions and couldn't locate an answer. There's a really good review of it on YouTube share improve this answer. Thanks for the reply.
Sign up using Email and Password. NewMacBookProOwner 11 1 3. If you want a single cable solution, have a look at the CalDigit Thunderbolt Station.
There's a really good review of it on YouTube.